Baked crunchy chicken strips. I have fixed this dish many times for company, and everyone always asks for the recipe. The leftovers—if there are any—are very good heated up in the microwave. —Elva Jean Criswell, Charleston, Mississippi. These crunchy baked chicken tenders are life changing!
It's my favorite coating for baked chicken. I made these crunch-baked chicken strips on Sunday night for dinner. These plump and juicy chicken strips were so amazing that I had to blog about them this week. You can cook Baked crunchy chicken strips using 5 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Baked crunchy chicken strips
- Prepare 1 of chicken breast.
- Prepare 2 cup of Corn flakes.
- It’s 1 cup of flour.
- It’s 2 of eggs.
- You need dash of Six pepper.
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Baked crunchy chicken strips instructions
- Cut chicken into strips.
- Soak in egg mix.
- Dip egg soaked chicken into flour.
- Crush cornflakes slightly then smash chicken into them.
- Place flake covered chicken onto pan.
- Add pepper to chicken for flavor.
- Place into oven pre heated at 375 for 10 mins.
- Flip chicken then cook for another 10 mins.
- Remove from oven andnjoy!!.
It's a super idea to have on The beauty of these baked chicken strips is that the crunch comes from the Milton's cracker breading. Cut each chicken breast into five strips. These incredibly crunchy oven-baked chicken tenders are SO crispy and delicious, you won't miss the fryer at all! The chicken breast it attached to the ribs, and the tender is a strip of breast meat that is connected but not. Why make fried chicken when the baked cornflake crusted chicken strips looks and taste soo incredible good and are definitely a healthier alternative.